Insurance

in the Construction Industry

Tuesday, March 12 & 13, 2019 - Atlanta, GA

 

Available In:

credits

GA CLE: 6.0 Self Study Hours, incl. 1.0 Ethics
Contractors & Engineers: May Qualify

*See credits tab for full information on credits.

Topics covered

Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction, Ethics, Insurance, Litigation

Who Should attend

Attorneys, Contractors, Insurance Professionals
Seminar Overview

Given the fast pace of today’s business world and the ever-changing world of construction, understanding the legal and regulatory framework within the insurance industry has become paramount for individuals and businesses alike. Insurance for Construction Claims impacts all demographics, all organizations, and all businesses whether public or private. Understanding the present state of the insurance industry is important not only for insurance professionals, but for anyone who owns property, conducts business, or operates in a public setting. This program will give you the tools you need to understand the evolving Construction Insurance Industry, from Case Law Updates to current complex issues such as Duty to Defend, Duty to Settle, Coverage for Continuing Damage, Additional Insured Endorsements, and OCIPs, CCIPs, WRAPs and Non-Traditional Insurance. We will also address Ethical Considerations: The Cumis Doctrine, Single Versus Multiple Occurrences Under a CGL Insurance Policy, Builders Risk Insurance, Effective Mediation Strategies, and a Judge’s Perspective on Construction and Insurance Issues. Please plan to join our outstanding faculty as we address these issues at the Insurance in the Construction Industry Conference.

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